Trust is important to any relationship as it is an indicator on the value that both partners place on it. We will help you get to the truth of lies and infidelity
Faithfulness is important to any relationship as it is an indicator on the trust and value that both partners place on it. Trust and honesty are key - the feedback we have from our clients is that, most often, it is not a question of "is he or isn't he...", it is an issue of betrayal and dishonesty. We deal with matters sensitively; while we know it is a difficult thing to call a stranger and talk about matters that are deeply personal all our Investigators are people first. We will help you obtain the information you need to make decisions founded on fact rather than suspicion
Relationship investigations may use many disciplines - which is where we excel. While some matters may be a routine matter of surveillance or observation, more complex issues could involve areas such as computer forensics, tracing or other research - identifying the third party can of course be a key point. There are no set parameters as every issue is unique, so we will use our experience to suggest, plan and advise. Each case is treated confidentially, sensitively and discreetly
When we talk it will help to know as much as possible and, rest assured, while it may be daunting to talk openly about your suspicions or circumstances the information will remain confidential. Should you feel more comfortable talking to someone of the same gender or age range, gently let us know and we will do our best to place you with someone appropriate; we are lucky enough to have a diverse range of people and no-one will feel offended about passing matters to a colleague if your needs are better served that way
The first thing to do is talk to us, and we will arrange to meet you. Call us on 01483 200999 or on any of our local contact numbers. All matters are handled sensitively, confidentially and discreetly
Why Do Men Cheat?
Private Investigator Olivia Ellenger of Answers Investigation talks to BBC Radio's Caroline Martin on her professional perspective of the often asked question: "Why do Men Cheat?"